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Rosehill Blackbookers - Latest Horses To Follow

  • Alex Marsh details some of the runners to follow from the Rosehill Saturday program
  • Check out which horses caught his eye as ones to follow from the Golden Rose card
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Who are the runners to follow from Group One Golden Rose day? (Getty)

Looking for the latest Rosehill blackbookers and horses to follow from Rosehill Sydney meeting? Our Sydney racing expert Alex Marsh gives us the eyecatchers after Saturday racing at Rosehill.

Rosehill Blackbookers September 26

Race Three

She's Ideel (Sixth): Although admittedly she's starting to get a little costly, this daughter of Dundeel was able to prosper deep into her last campaign and here via her third attempt this preparation, was strong against the pattern of the race.

Settling towards the rear under Kerrin McEvoy early, She's Ideel safely peeled off the fastest last 600m of the event (33.60), however the first three home were all from far more prominent positions on settling.

I'd be surprised if the winner in Entente wasn't the best galloper in this field going forward, but this Bjorn Baker-trained mare still has a low rating at 78 and is clearly going well enough to triumph in the right race shortly.
Race Four

Favreau (Fourth): The eventual winner Love Tap is now the short favourite ahead of the Group One spring Champion Stakes on October 10, however, he did have every favour courtesy of a superbly timed front-running steer by Nash Rawiller.

Another big mover in the Spring Champion Markets ($10 with Sportsbetting.com.au) is this three-year-old by Tavistock who was arguably the run of the race under the circumstances where he was the only galloper making any serious inroads from well off the speed.

Favreau recorded both the fastest last furlong and last 600m of this Gloaming Stakes and with more genuinely run contests, he comes well into the Spring Champion calculations and perhaps further on, the VRC Derby.
Race Six

Scarlet Dream (Fourth): Whilst somewhat carefully placed in here given she can deliver a suck run without going on with it, finding firm ground is a clearly a big advantage for this daughter of Sebring.

She delivered a similarly slashing performance fresh last campaign in Melbourne where she arguably should've won but following that, found nothing but wet tracks for the remainder of her autumn preparation.

At 33.20 in this 1500m asssignment, Scarlet Dream has run one of the fastest last 600m of the whole Golden Rose card with a big eye-catching effort from the rear and should be well respected going forward if conditions allow.
Race Eight

Positive Peace (Fourth): I don't think she beats Subpoenaed regardless, but Positive Peace should have at least run second to the eventual winner who put in a predicted peak performance on Saturday.

The five-year-old was held-up from the 400m to the 200m and didn't balance up until it was all over in the concluding stages when launching late where especially after the line, she was super impressive.

Positive Peace is a very genuine type that put together five wins from seven attempts last campaign and with the ability to settle closer to the speed, she looks ready to figure over perhaps a little longer than 1400m now.


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